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Moderator Walter
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Monday

Hey @TempestSkye7 , Yep that was the spammer/scammer. All part of the same bunch. Apologies that you got one of the PMs The team has dealt with it ...

Moderator Walter
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Saturday

Hey @gore Yes, we had a spam intrusion, but we seem to have it under control. We will keep our eye on things. Feel free to report any incidents. ...

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Hey everyone, this is a bit left field, but I do a lot of 3D printing, and among external things (not the printer equipment) you have to consider are: ...

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August

thanks @MitchellMc thats the first time anyone has explained it in a way I can understand, so many thanks. Yeah, doing the grass and edging regu ...

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Hello, Background :we maintain the garden, front and back, on a large block, we have a nice, but sometimes unkempt (LOL) vegetable garden with Olive ...

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August

Hey @mich1972 Good reminder to keep them moist. About "damp sponge" quality. What are you feeding them, and what do you find most effective? Mine ...

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August

Hey @bellachalfe welcome to the community. It's not legally required, but two of the reasons I think it's mostly done that way: 1: shortest distanc ...

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August

I love to barbecue, and even a humble Coles sausage tastes better on the barbecue than from a stove, IMHO However, my absolute favourite cut at the ...

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Noyade
Experienced Contributor
9 replies
Saturday

Scam. See the top right thread (sticky) on the home page, by Jason...

woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

Old front fence updated with a new horizontal Merbau and exposed posts.

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Hi team!Thought I'd share something with you that may be helpful...We've been extending & renovating and are now working on moving internal walls etc. ...

ArashM
Budding Contributor
3 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @MitchellMc I followed your advice and bought a rotary hammer drill. Once i emptied 1cm around the curbs down to the cement attachment under the ...

JDE
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1 reply
4 weeks ago

JoodlesI Have seen people deal with this by running a bead of silicone underneath about 0.5 cm from end to stop the capillary action when they only ha ...

MarcL
New Contributor
8 replies

          I made these two Pinball machines as a hobby project, no electrical parts. MATERIALS: Pine, Mdf, pvc pipe, coat hangers for wire, some plas ...

Itai
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1 reply
September

All the fixings are from Bunnings. We opted not to put a towel rack up as we didn't want it above the toilet, we didn't want it on the white wall, as ...

Itai
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September

Hi All. I just realised I never did upload how it all came out. So here you go

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Moderator Walter
Moderator
Monday

Hey @TempestSkye7 , Yep that was the spammer/scammer. All part of the same bunch. Apologies that you got one of the PMs The team has dealt with it ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
8 replies
Saturday

Hey @gore Yes, we had a spam intrusion, but we seem to have it under control. We will keep our eye on things. Feel free to report any incidents. ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
1 reply

Hey everyone, this is a bit left field, but I do a lot of 3D printing, and among external things (not the printer equipment) you have to consider are: ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
August

thanks @MitchellMc thats the first time anyone has explained it in a way I can understand, so many thanks. Yeah, doing the grass and edging regu ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
1 reply
August

Hey @mich1972 Good reminder to keep them moist. About "damp sponge" quality. What are you feeding them, and what do you find most effective? Mine ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
August

Hey @bellachalfe welcome to the community. It's not legally required, but two of the reasons I think it's mostly done that way: 1: shortest distanc ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
August

I love to barbecue, and even a humble Coles sausage tastes better on the barbecue than from a stove, IMHO However, my absolute favourite cut at the ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
2 replies
July

I have a couple of Ozito tools, a cordless drill, and a corded detail sander. Had them both for years, and they still go good (obviously I don't use ...

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